The Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (PLM) will temporarily adopt alternative work arrangements from June 27-29 and observe the city-wide holiday on June 30 to give way to preparations for the inauguration ceremony of the new Philippine president.
Major roads around the City of Manila will be closed to vehicles in preparation of the oath-taking of President-elect Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos, Jr. at the National Museum on Thursday.
PLM President Emmanuel Leyco issued a June 26 order for all units to implement alternative work arrangements from Monday to Wednesday as the road closures are seen to “cause travel difficulties for our students and employees.”
The offices of the Executive Vice President and the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs shall issue separate memorandums to clearly define work assignments and deliverables during the said period.
Units performing essential functions are required to maintain a skeleton workforce inside the campus as deemed necessary.
Classes for the 3rd Trimester of AY 2021-2022, both synchronous and asynchronous, shall continue online during the dates mentioned.
“All personnel on alternative work arrangements shall ensure they are available and reachable during work hours,” President Leyco said.
PLM will observe the city-wide holiday declared by Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso on Thursday, June 30 and shall follow guidelines that are in effect during work holidays.
Onsite work shall resume on Friday, July 1.